Line has been dreaming of visiting Cuba for many years. The culture and the music is right up her alley and now that USA is considering the trade-embargo there is probably limited time to experience the old Cuba. A small part of us is hoping that things will not speed up too fast so that there is still time to see Cuba as it is right now with the old cars and very unique culture (before it is overrun by wealthy Americans). We are going to stay there for 2 weeks and plan to keep it very basic travelling with bus from town to town and staying at Cuba’s casas particulares to get as much local feel as we can.

Blog posts below.

Leaving Cuba – Cuba said farewell in a very Cuban way

On the morning of our departure our host had ordered a Taxi for us to go from Vinales to Havana ...

Relaxing and exploring Viñales, Cuba – Caves, bicycling, long walks in the valley and a very painful horse riding

Viñales is a beautiful protected valley with limestone mountains, tobacco- and coffee farms, caves and lots of possibilities to explore ...

La Habana / Havana

A lady we met at the beach (who has now lived in USA for 10 years, but still doesn’t speak ...

Cuba is beautiful, ugly, friendly, difficult, dirty, sparse and just really, really different

Travelling in Cuba can be a really difficult. Travelling in Cuba without knowing Spanish, in peak season and with two ...

Going to Cuba – after 50 Skype calls, 1,5 hour flight delay and 3 hours waiting for our luggage we finally arrived

Finding accommodation in Cuba should be straightforward. Typically there is an overcapacity of Casas Particulares (homestays) and once you find ...


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